began with an apology tour and pursue a strategy of leading from behind. this strategy is unraveling before our eyes. >> mr. obama meanwhile will ask mr. romney what he would do differently especially with iran. >> if governor romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so. >> mr. obama's critics say it's unfair since he, too, left the military option on the table with iran. >> experts say even if romney is elected, a war is unlikely. >> his political advisors will remind him that at a time when he is trying to repair the american economy, which is priority number one, two, three, four and five, that the last thing we need is a spike in oil prices or a plunge in financial markets. >> mr. romney thinks the u.s. should arm the syrian rebels. right now, the administration says we provide nonlethal aid but the analysts say that means others decide who gets the guns. >> right now what we're seeing is the saudis giving weapons to groups that are affiliated with al-qaeda.